Flash Fiction

Have some short, snappy gems of fiction sparkling in lonely splendor
on your computer or in a drawer? Why not consider submitting them to
The Masters Review Flash Fiction Contest? Fifteen stories will be
selected for a shortlist.The contest is open to emerging writers only
(The Masters Review focuses on offering a larger platform to new
writers). Self-published writers and writers with story collections
and novels with a small circulation may also submit. Word count: 1000.
Deadline: May 31.

Submission Guidelines:

Winner receives $3000 and publication
Second and third place prizes are $300 and $200 respectively and publication
All 3 finalists receive place in one of Kathy Fish’s online Fast
Flash© Workshops
Stories under 1000 words
$20 entry fee allows up to two stories (each under 1000 words) –
if submitting two stories, please put them both in a single document
Previously unpublished stories only
Simultaneous and multiple submissions allowed
International submissions allowed
Please no identifying information on your story
All stories are considered for publication
To view a list of commonly asked questions, visit: https://mastersreview.com/faq/

Contests are a great way to mobilize yourself for completion of a
project. So if you are a new writer and a flash fiction fan, why not
hop on board? Write on!

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I am a writer and this is a motivational blog designed to help both writers and aspiring writers to push to the next level. Key themes are peak performance, passion, overcoming writing roadblocks, juicing up your creativity, and the joys of writing.
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